The next DO SMITH event, which will be held at our offices, will be on 27 September when we’ll be focussing on suggesting solutions to a particularly interesting problem facing St Werburghs City Farm. This is a green oasis in the heart of Bristol and a hub for the local community. I can personally vouch for it being a great place to take inquisitive small children at the weekend.
In a change from previous events we’ll be inviting social entrepreneurs who’ve been the subject of past events to join the business owners on the other side of the table to allow them to contribute.
It should be a great evening and we look forward to welcoming the following entrepreneurs and social enterprises:
Ed Brown from Friska Food.
Tom Barnes from Barnes Graham.
Rob Buckland from Bristol Business News.
David Hayhurst and Gemma Hayhurst from Marriage.
Charles Taylor from Taylor Brothers Bristol Ltd.
Andrew Venner and Gonzalo Trujillo from Heron Capital.
Corinne Thomas from Business Unusual.
Jonathan Salisbury from 100% Cotton.
Simon Norris from Nomensa.
Pam Lloyd from Pam Lloyd PR.
Frank Hutton from Ad Lib.
Chris Budd from Ovation Finance.
Crispin Busk from Kabuto Noodles.
From the social enterprise world we have:
Kari Lucas, Dave Etches, John Durant and Sarah Livermore from St Werburghs City Farm.
Joe Constant from Kick Start Training.
Finally the team from DO SMITH who have helped to put it all together:
Alison Larkman, founder of Internal Workings.
Clare Lindstrand from Dept. 707.
Becky Bainbridge from DO SMITH.
and last but not least Antony Clark and Steve King from F-works.
If you’d like to attend this DO SMITH Event or have any questions please get in touch – email@example.com